In the relegation first leg between Wehen Wiesbaden and Arminia Bielefeld, the third division led 4-0 when the situation in the stadium escalated. Bielefeld fans launch rockets and try to storm onto the pitch.
Arminia Bielefeld is facing relegation from the 2nd Bundesliga after a bitter bankruptcy in the relegation first leg at SV Wehen Wiesbaden, which was overshadowed by fan riots. The game at the third division, which East Westphalia lost 0:4 (0:1) on Friday, had to be interrupted for 21 minutes shortly before the end. Referee Benjamin Brand sent the teams into the dressing room after Wiesbaden’s fourth goal. Bielefeld fans had thrown firecrackers and tried to storm the square.
Bielefeld before the next descent
A year after being relegated to the Bundesliga, the East Westphalians are about to fall again. Ivan Prtajin (6th minute), Johannes Wurtz (50th), Benedict Hollerbach (60th) and John Iredale (82nd) scored the goals for the Hessians, who have the best chance of promotion in Bielefeld before the second leg next Tuesday have the 2nd Bundesliga.
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